Two bees hatch from their pupae. Their tasks are to clean, maintain, build and defend their bee house. With comedic scenes and Dadaistic sound poems and a pompous, self-absorbed and singing queen bee, the beehive will be the backdrop for some very strange incidents.
Nature, both as reality and metaphor, is a key element
in «BZz BZz – DADA da bee», as a direct metaphor for birth, growth, interaction, and development. Surreal moments are created through visual auditive and choreographic means.
– All the world’s a stage (William Shakespeare)
Excerpt from Østlandssendingen, NRK
Idea/choreography/direction: Inger Cecilie Bertràn de Lis
Dramaturgy and direction: Robert Skjærstad
Composer and musician: Vidar Løvstad
Dancers: Hedda Rivrud, Anne Guri Tvedt, Mikael Rønne
Set design: Inger Cecilie Bertràn de Lis and Robert Skjærstad
Costume design: Lillian Baur
Lighting design: Daniel Kolstad Gimle
Set design consultant: Gisle Harr
Production of set elements: Gisle Harr and Anders Hamre.
Painters at the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet:Hilde Dehli and Pia Høgås
Poster: Gisle Harr
Production: ICB Produksjoner
Co-production: Dansens Hus
Supported by: Arts Council Norway, the Audio and Visual Fund and Performing Artists Fund.
Ready for Bzz Bzz-DADA dA bee (PDF)
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